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Cross Creek : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Stacey Adams answered:
Cross Creek has seen a huge turnaround with improvements over the last few years, foreclosures have been absorbed and the community is now FHA approved. Condo homes are selling as quickly as they hit the market and home values are rising steadily. If you are interested in buying in Cross Creek, be ready to buy before looking. We are seeing multiple offers on the best and most updated properties. Preapproved and cash buyers with few contingencies will win the contract. Cross Creek is a special neighborhood with many amenities- a rare gem for condo living close-in and in the highly rated school districts. A highly desirable place to live that is seeing a resurgence of happy homeowners. Call me to help you buy or list your home in Cross Creek. My years of experience as an owner, investor and agent make me an expert on the Community, understanding the micro market differences of value for units based on location and condition, etc. 404-271-9949
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Sun Apr 13, 2014
Stacey Adams answered:
The HOA fees cover a wide range of items including exterior maintenance, security, use of all amenities, water and trash service. It is important to work with an experience agent (REALTORĀ®) to assist you with any questions and the home selection process. We will work with on-site property management office and provide specific details about what HOA fees cover.

I own property in Cross Creek and have sold to multiple homeowners recently. The market is moving with many condos commanding multiple offers. It is important to know the community and do the research. There is a wide variation in the condition and desirability of location among the individual units- therefore a wider range of pricing.

Feel free to contact me with any questions about Cross Creek Condominiums. I am an expert on the community.

Stacey Adams
Harry Norman REALTORSĀ®
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Wed Oct 2, 2013
Coole Home answered:
If there is litigation, you will not be able to get the complex approved for a VA loan.
Owner occupancy does not matter for VA (only for FHA).

VA Home Loan Centers can help you get a project approved. ... more
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Teta L. Jackson answered:
The homes that are listed on multiple listing sites, trulia or other internet sources are a mixture of all types (resell, for sale by owner, shortsales, foreclosures, etc.) The best way to know what type of listing you are viewing is to contact a Realtor. That person will be able to assist you. Give me a call, I'd love to help you (678) 262-7193. ... more
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Lee Taylor answered:
Cross Creek is coming back!

You are asking about Cross Creek, right?

After a decade or so of whipsawed ownership in a country club, Cross Creek is stabilizing - it's a terrific location with unique amenities, and I'm sure that the majority of units are renovated, cash reserves for the HOA are better and yes, landlords are getting more for their spaces in the notable elementary school district, Morris Brandon ESD.... ... more
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
David Herren answered:

Over the last year prices have averaged about $1,200/mo. give or take about $100. I do not see any trend, up or down. The main difference is rent probably depends on how recently the unit has been updated, maintained and location within the community. ... more
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